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An article in The Economic Times has brought to light significant allegations and insights into recent developments involving the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and US-based research firm Hindenburg. In a detailed rebuttal to a show-cause notice, Hindenburg has accused Sebi of collusion and neglect, sparking a contentious debate on market integrity.

Mr. Sumit Agrawal, Founder and Partner of Regstreet Law Advisors and a former Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Officer expressed policy debate about the notice, stating, “Taking action against a US-based entity like Hindenburg falls into a grey area due to jurisdictional limitations. Sebi can, however, collaborate with international regulatory bodies such as the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under mutual cooperation agreements within IOSCO to address any cross-border securities law violations. Potential Sebi actions like bans or fines as a preventive measure against further criticism of Indian companies would raise more questions for Sebi than resolve the issue.”

The article delves into the complexities, revealing insights into the allegations, including claims made in the rebuttal about agreements between Hindenburg and Mark Kingdon of Kingdon Capital Management LLC, which Sebi alleges may constitute market manipulation.

Highlighting regulatory challenges, The Economic Times article discusses Sebi’s stance that these agreements amount to unethical practices, potentially undermining market fairness and transparency.

As this story unfolds, it underscores broader implications for regulatory frameworks and market participants alike, prompting a deeper examination of due diligence and oversight.

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